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Review of Employee Handbooks

The employee handbook is not only a resource for your staff, but can serve as an effective tool for the employer and potentially bar employee lawsuits. We recognize that handbooks must be tailored to the individual organization, but still have to comply with employment laws and regulations.

Some of the sections our attorneys recommend for inclusion and frequent review in employee handbooks include:

  • Appropriate employee definitions
  • Clearly defined work week
  • General policies and procedures
  • Sexual harassment and discrimination policies
  • Leave policies
  • Employee benefits
  • Disciplinary policies
  • Problem-resolution procedures

Our attorneys are available to work with employers to draft employment handbooks and ensure compliance with federal and state laws. We also recommend regular review and update to employment handbooks.

If you would like to consult with us or have questions concerning your particular situation, please contact us to find out more at 703-525-4700 or via email at

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